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Bodies of Four Missing Soldiers Recovered at Fort Hood

Bodies of Four Missing Soldiers Recovered at Fort Hood
Emergency responders talk near the scene of an Army training accident at Fort Hood at Owl Creek Park near Gatesville, Texas, on June 2, 2016. (Michael Miller/The Temple Daily Telegram via AP)

Friday, 03 June 2016 08:30 PM

The bodies of four soldiers who went missing after their Army truck overturned in a rain-swollen creek were recovered on Friday, bringing the death toll to nine in the incident at Fort Hood, Texas, NBC News reported.

The U.S. Army and local teams searched for the soldiers after Thursday's accident. Three soldiers survived the incident and were taken to a hospital.

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The bodies of four soldiers who went missing after their Army truck overturned in a rain-swollen creek were recovered on Friday, bringing the death toll to nine in the incident at Fort Hood, Texas, NBC News reported.
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